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  • Sunset

    shared by heartbeat_ on 2011-04-29

  • Flowers

    shared by heartbeat_ on 2011-04-29

  • Friends

    shared by heartbeat_ on 2011-04-29

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  • #14376932

    shared by kylethefrench on 2011-10-01

    I have no clue why the clue party pictures had such weird color vibes

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  • #312389

    shared by stijn_b on 2009-05-05

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  • #14376927

    shared by kylethefrench on 2011-10-01

    I have no clue why the clue party pictures had such weird color vibes

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  • heat up the snow please

    shared by eskimofriend on 2011-01-07

    these are the only ones that came out of a roll that was mostly shot inside with a ringflash that either slaved too slow or the batteries were dead or dying... still amazing film and amazing camera :)

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  • #228460

    shared by spendospend on 2009-02-26

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  • #6104884

    shared by cheeso on 2009-10-10

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  • Arc de Triomphe/ ad

    shared by sebastianerras on 2011-05-27

    My second attempt with taking double exposures with the Hasselblad. This time I used the Lomo 100 ISO and a roll of Kodak Ektachrome 64 (expired 2007).

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  • #12771984

    shared by bravebird on 2011-03-10

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  • Light Painting Session 1 Light Painting Session 1

    shared by suizidekid on 2011-08-22

    painted by my brother : rar01 --> http://www.lomography.com/homes/rar01

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  • #3512219

    shared by grad on 2009-07-01

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  • #14492139

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-17

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    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-17

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  • #14506131

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506155

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506203

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506261

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506269

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506285

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

  • #14506293

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • #14506596

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • Filmswap con @mral ! thank you very much!!!!!

    shared by barakalofi on 2011-10-19

  • #14496814

    shared by k_melancholy on 2011-10-18

    Playing around with redscale film & various exposure settings... All random shots. Some shots were okay, some were pretty bad; but it was all fun! I will definitely play around with this kind of film again in the future :)

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  • #14506195

    shared by lazybuddha on 2011-10-19

    As the weeks went by, my love for her became an obsession, as is the nature of unrequited love. I spent every penny I had on her, trying to delay the inevitable. I had always naively believed that money couldn’t buy love and it hurt me to admit that, had I been richer she would stay with me longer. But there would come a time when even money couldn’t buy her, like a flame that burned too bright she couldn’t last. So I became an amateur meteorologist, studying the horizon like an anxious parent watching their child take their first, faltering steps, looking for cloud formations and changes in the wind, trying desperately to make the most of our time together. But the happiness I felt in her presence was now tinged with sadness as I could feel her slipping away.

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  • ISO set at 100...

    shared by grazie on 2011-10-18

    Might have been destiny or just mere luck... ....the RED beach....a prelude....and so we met an hour after....but you're on your way now across the Atlantic ;)

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  • Didiland Park

    shared by moonswallow on 2010-09-25

  • Didiland Park

    shared by moonswallow on 2010-09-25

  • Didiland Park

    shared by moonswallow on 2010-09-25

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  • #11863522

    shared by lomowilloldfield1 on 2010-09-25

  • #11863499

    shared by marusia_barusia on 2010-09-25

  • #11863498

    shared by marusia_barusia on 2010-09-25

  • american dreams

    shared by alaskawilde on 2009-10-13

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  • Spakler-ing

    shared by squamy on 2010-11-07

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  • #11724893

    shared by dfunkdamager on 2010-08-23

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  • #121202

    shared by adamscott on 2008-12-10

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  • #13235213

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-05-05

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  • lycoris

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-06

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  • the gift

    shared by vici on 2011-10-09

    Anthony, my mentor at the photo lab is leaving - for eight years. I went to see him on his last day at work. He had a present for me. It was a pick-up ticket for an item that would be ready at the lab in a week. Mysterious... I suspected it would be a print of one of his photos. Imagine my exhilaration, when I discovered the gift was an ENTIRE ROLL of film he had shot with his Mamiya RZ67 Pro II. A roll of 120 slide film, developed E-6. Not one picture, but ten! And he has not even seen them except thru his viewfinder. Can you imagine a more intriguing gift? Well here are Anthony's photos for you, and for him to see. Thanks again Tony.

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  • #6164740

    shared by rikkib on 2009-11-09

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  • flowery tree

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-09-05

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  • #14209842

    shared by bccbarbosa on 2011-09-08

    Costa Brava in IR

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  • #14414822

    shared by ali55 on 2011-10-07

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  • cosmos garden

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-06

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  • Coimbra

    shared by cc-in-paris on 2011-10-10

    after seeing 12_12 photos (as well as others') where they had done E6 processing on a CN film, I really wanted to try this. The film is 200iso shot at 100 iso (E6 development, pushing 2x) thankx to @12_12 for the tips!! :D

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  • red buckwheat field

    shared by hodachrome on 2011-10-12

    redscale 400.

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  • #14441929

    shared by singleelderly on 2011-10-11

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  • #14269156

    shared by sandkorn on 2011-09-16

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  • Thanks to Thirtysix for testing this wonderful…

    shared by lawypop on 2011-09-12

    I really love the retro rose-tinted colours to the photos! Checkout my film review here: http://www.thirtysix.com.sg/main/?p=3611

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